“She said that you always had to choose between the path of needles and the path of pins. When a dress is torn, you know, you can just pin it up, or you can take the time to sew it together. That’s what it means. The quick and easy way, or the painful way that works.”
Now that the debate is over, we will be sharing our thoughts about the wonderful duology of Jenny Han, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and P.S. I Still Love You. Stay with us and hear our thoughts about them sans the need to defend our beloved teams!
*Please expect minor spoilers.
“She cried for the girl who had never belonged. A girl who tried so hard, harder than anyone else, and still never had anything to show for it.”
This is a spoiler-free review of the prequel to the Lunar Chronicles. This is to get more people to read that series and to prepare everyone (myself included) for the upcoming finale, Winter.
“If not for yourself, my lady, stay alive for me.”
Our eyes meet.
His next words are a whisper. “I have no need for a world without you in it.”
“They said that love was terrifying and tender, wild and sweet, and none of it made any sense.
But now I knew that every mad word was true.”
“That’s all I can do. I’ll keep at it and hope it gets better.”
“That’s all you can do in this world, no matter how strong the current beats against you, or how heavy your burden, or how tragic your love story. You keep going.”
“The young always think they’re invincible, right until the moment they learn otherwise. Usually, the hard way”
“She would be an object in motion that would stay in motion, even if it meant flattening everything in her path.”
“My heart didn’t fail, someone failed my heart.” Continue reading “The Catastrophic History of You and Me”